Attorneys for a northern Indiana man charged with killing two teenage girls contend in court documents filed Monday that their client had nothing to do with the crimes and that the girls actually died as part of a ritual sacrifice.
A man charged with killing two teenage girls from Delphi will remain held at a northern Indiana prison after a judge concluded Wednesday that he’s being treated better there than other inmates.
An Indiana man charged with killing two teenage girls from Delphi confessed multiple times to the murders in a phone call to his wife while in prison, according to court documents released Wednesday.
A judge has ordered a man charged with killing two teenage girls in Delphi transferred to a different state correctional facility after the suspect’s attorneys argued that his physical and mental health is deteriorating after months in isolation.
Attorneys for a man charged with killing two Delphi teenage girls filed an emergency court motion Wednesday seeking to move him from a prison where they claim his condition is deteriorating.
COA finds judicial bias, reverses summary judgment after judge declares civil litigation in Indiana is ‘broken’
After the trial court judge issued a scathing opinion declaring Indiana’s civil litigation system was “broken,” the Court of Appeals of Indiana has reversed summary judgment in the underlying negligence case, finding the judge was biased.
A jury for the trial of an Indiana man accused of killing two teenage girls from Delphi nearly six years ago will be selected from a northern Indiana county of over 300,000 people, online court filings on Tuesday showed.
Jurors for the trial of an Indiana man accused of killing two teenage girls from Delphi will be brought from one of two counties north of the location where the murder occurred, attorneys in the case decided Friday.
Jurors at the trial of an Indiana man accused of killing two teenage girls nearly six years ago will be selected from outside the county where the crime took place, a judge said Friday.
An unspent bullet found between the bodies of two teenage girls from Delphi slain in 2017 “had been cycled through” a pistol owned by the suspect in their deaths, according to court documents an Indiana judge ordered released Tuesday.
A suspect in the 2017 deaths of two Delphi teenagers is seeking a new location for his murder trial next year, arguing it will be difficult to form an impartial jury in the current location because of intense public scrutiny and media attention.
An Indiana judge said Tuesday that she will decide soon whether to unseal court records that led to a man’s arrest in the 2017 killings of two teenage girls from Delphi.
Two attorneys have been appointed to represent the man accused of killing two teenage girls in northern Indiana.
The man accused of killing two teenage girls from Delphi has requested a public defender in a letter to the court filed Wednesday because both he and his wife can no longer work.
Carroll Circuit Judge Benjamin A. Diener has recused himself from the high-profile murder case involving two teenage girls who were slain in 2017 in Delphi. Allen Superior Judge Fran Gull will now serve as special judge over the case against Richard Allen.
Authorities have arrested a drugstore worker in the unsolved slayings of two teenage girls in the woods near their northern Indiana hometown nearly six years ago and said Monday it’s concerning that the suspect has been living in their same small community.
The personal injury case that inspired a trial court judge to declare Indiana’s civil litigation process is broken is continuing to wait for a final order so the matter can move to the appellate level.
The Carroll County judge who claimed insurance companies have broken Indiana’s civil litigation system and begged the parties to appeal his ruling to the Indiana Supreme Court has scrubbed his original order of all but two paragraphs that state summary judgment is granted in favor of the defendants.
Angry trial judge calls for changes to civil litigation system: Insurance companies faulted for pursuing frivolous claims
By the third paragraph of the April order granting summary judgment to the defendants, Carroll Circuit Judge Benjamin Diener showed his frustration by declaring, “The civil litigation process in Indiana is broken.”
A trucking company and its driver involved in a fatal collision will not be able to rely on the insurance company’s MCS-90 endorsement after the Indiana Supreme Court ruled the coverage does not apply to an accident during an intrastate trip where non-hazardous materials were being transported.